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Things to see in Ulster, United States

Ulster is a small town in upstate New York with a lot to offer visitors. The town was established in 1798 and is named after the province of Ulster in Ireland. The town has many historical buildings, including the oldest courthouse in upstate New York, which was built in 1815. There are also several museums and galleries worth visiting, as well as beautiful natural areas such as the Catamount Wilderness Area.

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Quick info about Ulster
CountryUnited States
RegionNew York
Appr. population12388

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